Guy On A Bike: Bikes As Tools For LearningBetsy Stretch is a self-proclaimed bike geek, and proud of it. So, when the MN Department of Education began implementing engineering science standards for middle school students, she used bicycles as a teaching tool in her classes at Marcy Open.
Reward Offered For Info On Armed Uptown Bank RobberThe FBI says it’s offering a reward for information on a man who robbed a bank with a gun in the heart of Uptown.
2 Officers Identified In Fatal Roseville ShootingTwo officers with the Roseville Police Department have been identified in an incident that left a 52-year-old man dead and a police canine stabbed in the head.
3 Injured In Ambulance Rollover In Mpls.Three people, including emergency responders, were hurt when an ambulance was struck by a car in Minneapolis and rolled over.
MDH Reviews Water Testing After Temperature ErrorsMinnesota health officials are reviewing their water quality testing after discovering they evaluated samples at temperatures too hot to detect some chemical contaminants.
Report Estimates 44 Percent Drop In Uninsured Minnesota KidsState officials are celebrating a marked drop in the number of uninsured Minnesota children after the federal health overhaul.
Mpls. Police Begin Training In Program To Build Community TrustThe Minneapolis Police Department has begun a year-long training effort to help build relationships between officers and the communities they serve.
Man Who Concealed Bosnia War Past To Be DeportedA man who came to the U.S. as a refugee from war-torn Bosnia almost two decades ago will be deported for concealing a long criminal past in his home country, including the murder of an elderly Serbian neighbor, a federal judge ordered Thursday.
Red River Levee Is Needed Regardless Of Diversion, Attorneys SayThree federal appeals judges will hear arguments Thursday on whether construction of a levee related to a planned Red River diversion project should proceed.
Safety Alert: Man Reported Groping Students Near St. ThomasOfficials at the University of St. Thomas say there’ve been several recent reports of gropings near the campus of that school and others in the area.
Wis. Lawmakers Look To Make Harassing Hunters A Crime The state Assembly is set to pass a bill that would prohibit people from bothering hunters in the woods.
Wis. Man Accused Of Trying To Join ISIS Found CompetentA psychologist says a Wisconsin man charged with trying to join the Islamic State militant group is competent to stand trial.